Designed by Fumiaki Kawahata. Slight shank on the ear.
More photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skyraftwanderer/
SWEET! Did you make this? Where’s the origami directions for this? Please tell me! I needddd it……by the way, I see that you have the Cuzco lines for your icon. Are you ancient alien fanatic too?
Thank you for the comment.
http://www.pajarita.biz/aep/internacionales/intern2-1.pdf – there you go. It’s a fun fold, so go for it.
I just found the picture and I like it, and it’s just stuck.
My hubby loves this stuff. And I love Origami. I appreciate this so much thank you!!
this is awesome!
Thank you for commenting.
Truthfully, it needs work. Hopefully I’ll be trying it again sometime soon.
Oh, and thank you for the many twitter mentions. Honestly, aside from blog mentions I’ve just stopped using it. Think I may need to get back on the juice.
i tried yoda this weekend and will have to give it another shot sometime. i thought yours looked pretty good–sometimes we are our own worst critic. take care.
No, I’m certain, you have mojo that inserts life into your folds and they become shikigami at night. I don’t know why it’s at night, it just is. Certainly a power you must use wisely. This yoda must be the guru which come to for its wisdom.
Ear shank, very cool; candle backdrop adds intrigue to the scene…
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